About BestEd Business
June Perry-Stevens and Krystle Rogers, Owners/Partners
June and Krystle come from a long line of entrepreneurs and have a family history of community service and involvement in pursuing advanced education. They both bring a commitment to assure that the people they serve (and sell to) are pleased to connect with them and will have the best possible product and service, just like they expect from those who serve and sell to them. Their family motto is “if it is to be, it is up to me”.
BestEd, Providing Business Solutions Since 2004!
Best Ed will provide concierge service and proactively identify, listen to, and exceed our customers’ expectations for quality, cost effectiveness and on time delivery of goods and services.
Our goal is to meet and exceed the needs of our customers and become the vendor of choice for their company’s office supplies, furniture and equipment, classroom and student supplies, strategic sourcing items, construction PPE and FF and E. We partner with businesses that can support our mission and provide products and services including office design for new and existing spaces, construction materials and supplies and assembly of packages (such as school back packs and parent education packets).
Best Ed strives to be a model of an intergenerational, minority and women owned business that can pave the way for others to follow and provide exemplary service to customers and community
SBE – City of Milwaukee OSBD
DBE – Milwaukee County, State DOT and Wisconsin Unified Certification
WBE / MBE – State of Wisconsin DOA
HUB – Milwaukee Public Schools
ACDBE – Airport Concessionaire – Milwaukee County
NMSDC – MBE – National Minority Supplier Development Council
SBE – Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District
Reciprocal SBE and MBE certifications in Illinois, Michigan and Philadelphia
345-00 – Construction safety supplies
425-00 – Office furniture and equipment
615-00 – Office supplies, general
785-00 – School equipment and supplies
238390 – Office furniture and modular system installation, (FF and E)
423210 – Office furniture (space design and sales)
423990 – Safety supplies, PPE and other miscellaneous goods
459410 – Office supplies and equipment
461815 – Safety vests, gloves, hard hats, etc.
June Perry-Stevens has over 40 years of experience in the public, private and non-profit business arenas having started her professional career as a Master’s degreed social worker in 1971. She left the public sector in 1975 to open a private, non-profit, community-based mental health clinic and social service agency that started with two part-time employees and had a staff of over 55 when she retired in 2006. She attended Stanford University and Carnegie Mellon University, earning certificates in Social Entrepreneurship from both institutions. June developed and maintains a successful commercial real estate portfolio focusing on leasing to women and minorities starting profit making businesses. Her awards and honors have been numerous, recognizing her leadership, commitment to improving the lives of youth, and mentoring young professionals. Many of her former employees have become leaders in business, education, politics, social services and the private sector. They often remind her that she gave them their first job and motivated them to make a commitment to excellence and inclusion.
Krystle C.M. Rogers
Krystle C.M. Rogers, the daughter of Best Ed owner, June Perry-Stevens, earned her BS degree in Psychology from Tennessee State University and her Master of Arts in Education from Alverno College which catapulted her career in adult education, executive coaching, and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) work. She has extensive experience in the private, non-profit, and corporate arenas, serving the local Milwaukee community throughout her career in social work and learning and organizational development.
Following in her mother’s entrepreneurial footsteps, Krystle started Martin Perry Consulting and Training (MPC&T) in 2017 to support diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives and to facilitate impactful and sustainable change within organizations. Through MPC&T, she provides coaching, consulting, and training services to executive leaders and community organizations.
Krystle has recently added the Creative Results Management Coaching Mastery Program to her repertoire, allowing her to expand her services to include coaching to support executive leaders in their DE&I development and professional growth. Her client base, which includes Milwaukee, Columbia S.C., Houston, TX, San Antonia TX, continues to expand.
Krystle continues to challenge herself to gain additional education, knowledge and skills and to expand her bandwidth to support professionals, build meaningful relationships and promote inclusive business methods. Her family history of community service, entrepreneurial endeavors and commitment to excellence makes her the perfect person to join Best Ed as partner and Business Development Manager.